Feb 8, 2010

Jiménez Drops Putt And Playoff Win VS. Westwood

By Sean Crogie   Posted at  2/08/2010 03:54:00 AM   No comments

Spain's Miguel Angel Jiménez managed to sink a par that Lee Westwood couldn't giving the Spaniard his first European Tour win since the  2008 BMW PGA Championship. It was a an exciting playoff that could have had more players if a few could have tamed the winds and made a few more putts but to have two Ryder Cup players in a playoff was awesome. A nice win by a man who is nicknamed the "Mechanic" and seems so cool on and off the course. He definitely doesn't need a testosterone booster this guy is all man even though he's got some shaggy long locks done up in a pony tale. I'm sure the 46 year old enjoyed some good wine and a few cigars after his victory.

"Like a good wine, with age I get better and better," said Jiménez, "I feel comfortable on the golf course – that is key. I am not 25 or 30, I have just turned 46 but I'm still healthy and still strong. Not like I was when I was 25, but still strong and I can still play the ball. And if I feel happy and can focus, then you can win."


About Sean Crogie

Father of 3, #golf writer, full-time mail carrier, part-time @RideauViewGolf Turf Team #PJ20 fan, golfing nomad.
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